Government of the Commonwealth of Australia, c. 1937. Staplebound Wraps. A program for the Australian Pavilion of the 1937 Exposition in Paris. Written in French and English, it describes the cylindrical pavilion and the exhibits of murals, sheep, cattle, cities, wool, surfing, wheat, fauna, animals.
Cover illustration by Douglas Annand. Color illustrations of Aboriginal art, b&w photo illustrations of 'Life , Art, Architecture, Progress' plus Australian art exhibited by artist & the title of the piece by E. Buckmaster, Arnold Shore, James R. Jackson, Thea Proctor, Woodward Smith,. George Lambert, Norman Carter, A. Colquhoun, Margaret Preston, Roland Wakelin, Mary Edwards, Sydney Long, H. B. Harrison, W. B. McInnes, Robert Johnson, Elioth Gruner, Charles Wheeler, John Rowell, J. Muir Auld, Arthur Streeton, John Longstaff, Arthur Murch, John D. Moore, Will Ashton, E. Hilda Rix Nicholas, W. Lister-Lister, Hans Heysen, Douglas Dundas, E. Harvey, Norman Lindsay, Vida Lahey, Kenneth Macqueen, John Eldershaw, Maud Sherwood, Harold Herbert, A. E. Newbury, Fred Leist, Adrian Feint, Hardy Wilson, Lloyd Rees, Sydney Ure Smith, Daryl Lindsay, A. J. Munnings, H. Desbrowe Annear, Murray Griffen, Douglas Annand, Lionel Lindsay, B.E. Minns & Raynof Hoff.
Color front, 12pp pamphlet, 7 1/4 x 9 3/4", clean throughout. Very good condition. Item #27258